Beaverton Historical Society
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Albert Adams

   Albert Adams, 90, of Beaverton, formerly of Sebring, Florida, passed away on Monday, July 24, 2006 after a short illness. He was born April 21, 1916 in Bay City to Bert and Hazel Adams.

   He married Betty M. Warren on Sept. 6, 1936.

   Albert owned and operated the Beaverton Shell/Bay Gas Station in the 50s, drove school bus, and later was employed by Oberloier Plate and Welding. He was a veteran of WWII, a life time member of the Masons and a member of the Presbyterian Church.

   In 1972 he and his wife moved to Florida where he worked as a carpenter until retirement. He returned to Beaverton in February 2006.

   Albert loved to travel, cook and was a Nascar fan.

   He is predeceased by his wife Betty and his parents. He is survived by his son, Gary (Phyllis) Adams of Sebring, Florida; his daughter, Judy (Wm.-Moose) Oberloier of Beaverton; his grandchildren, Chris (Cheryl) Adams, Melinda (Robert) Freeland, and Jeff (Michelle) Adams, all of Sebring, Florida and Bill (Cathy) Oberloier, Michael (Beth) Oberloier, Lynette (Kevin) Smith, all of Beaverton, and Lauri (Al) Roberts of Coleman; and 15 Great-grandchildren.

   A memorial service will be held to honor Albertís life at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 28 at the First Presbyterian Church, 201 S. Ross St. in Beaverton.

   Memorial contributions may be made to the First Presbyterian Church of Beaverton.

 
 
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07/24/2006
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07/26/2006
Gladwin County Record, Gladwin, MI
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September 2009
Bob Frei
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